Fiber is another nutrient that can provide impressive health benefits. However, most people still under consume …
Without citing numerous (and boring) research and studies that have validated time after time just how dumb low carbohydrate “diets” are for athletes or anyone who’s primary goal is to build lean muscle while simultaneously losing fat, let me instead apologize for all the BS you’ve been fed by the trainer at your gym who obtained his certification over the weekend, (no offense to my personal trainer friends out there killing it!) or the nonsense you’ve come across on social media via fitness personalities with strong selfie games who look the part, but sadly have not the slightest clue about nutrition, biomechanics, kinesiology, and dieting in such a way that promotes sustainability, success, and long term results.
The age old question of how many times one should eat per day to achieve the best results with weight loss and lean muscle enhancement, has to be in the top 3 questions I’m asked routinely as it pertains to dieting. With so much conflicting information circulating on the Internet, how can one be sure they’re doing the “right thing” as it relates to their fitness goals? Today I’m going to provide clarity once and for all…
If I had a dollar for every time someone has said to me, “ I eat healthy, but can’t lose weight,” I think I’d have at least $2,378 saved by now.
Yesterday I came across this short video that one of my mentors posted, and all it did was reinforce something WE all already know…
We’re officially on the road to summer, so to provide you additional value, and help get you fired up on a day that most of society despises, I’ll be sending you a short video every Monday that I’m hoping will light a metaphorical fire under your a$$!
This week has been one of the hardest weeks in the history of my professional career…
I’m going to tell you the 1 thing I want you to do that will improve on both the way you look and feel significantly!
Throughout my life I’ve found that achieving results at the highest level doesn’t always require the max number of hours invested toward a certain task, rather making sure you’re just being as efficient as possible in the time you allocate toward said task.
“I’ll start back on my diet after the holidays.” Famous last words that I hear often, and quite frankly aggravate me to no end.
I’m curious, at what point of history did Americans declare that during the months of November and December, that it would be appropriate to add layers of body fat to their mid section? 3 pounds of pure body fat mind you, (I conveniently included an image in the article to showcase to you what 3 pounds of fat looks like) which is what the average person will gain this holiday season.
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